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  Recent Price Increases May Point to Uranium Bull Market
After a long wait finally the prices have begun a northward movement and, for the
first time in over a year, have gone higher. Although, the current prices uranium
investing are comparatively lower, companies and investors are bullish about
these stocks in the long term and were ready to book slightly increased prices a
couple of years from now.




After a long wait finally the prices have begun a northward movement and, for the
first time in over a year, have gone higher. Although, the current prices uranium
investing are comparatively lower, companies and investors are bullish about
these stocks in the long term and were ready to book slightly increased prices a
couple of years from now.

Simply put, companies and investors are predicting uranium prices to rise over
the next two years and are putting uranium investing on their priority lists.

A report released by the World Economic Forum that outlines and addresses the
various pitfalls faced by emerging economies may have been the catalyst to
coerce investments into uranium investing.

With the transition of emerging economies into developed economies, the need
for providing an efficient and sustainable source of energy is absolutely essential.
If the advances in modern technology unravel a new source of energy, the
assumption contained within the report may become redundant.

Till such time, nuclear energy continues to be the most eco friendly, efficient and
sustainable source of energy since – it does not emit any toxic waste as a by
product, is extremely cost efficient and can function at an over 90% capacity
utilization which is far more than other traditional sources of energy.

A World Nuclear Association report states that an astonishing 60 nuclear energy
plants are under construction with plans drawn up for a further 150, most of these
being in Asia. This creates a strong platform for uranium investing and with the
World Nuclear Association reporting that many of the 435 nuclear energy plants
across the globe contemplating on increase their production capacity, uranium
investing will be required as never before to fulfill the surge in demand.

In 2011, uranium was in short supply but this deficit was compensated by extra
uranium stocks piles from across the globe from earlier uranium investing.
However, in the future, it does look like the deficit in demand and supply will
continue, if not widen, which makes investing in uranium a very lucrative
proposition.

The price rise may also be caused due to strikes in certain uranium mines in
Africa where workers are demanding higher salaries and improved working
conditions. With the world population growing exponentially and emerging
economies moving to developed economies, nuclear energy and uranium
investing are increasingly being viewed as viable, efficient and sustainable
sources of energy.

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Description: After a long wait finally the prices have begun a northward movement and, for the first time in over a year, have gone higher. Although, the current prices uranium investing are comparatively lower, companies and investors are bullish about these stocks in the long term and were ready to book slightly increased prices a couple of years from now.